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Richey Community Orchestra begins season tickets sales

Richey Community Orchestra begins season tickets sales
Times staff Thursday, September 30, 2010 Richey Community Orchestra Buy season tickets now Tickets go on sale today for the 2010-11 season of Richey Community Orchestra. Concerts at 3 p.m. at the Center for the Arts at River Ridge, 11646 Town Center Road, New Port Richey, are “Sizzling ’70s” on Nov. 14; “Shades of Blue” on Feb. 13; “I Love New York” on March 20; and “Hooray for Hollywood!” on …

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Mobile Ringtones For Kids

Mobile phone ring tones have undergone a metamorphosis of sorts and its incessant evolutions have always ensured that they hog reams of newsprint and web space. In an attempt to live up to its reputation the media have time and again been successful in glorifying the status of these mobile phone ‘must haves’ and the sources through which they can be acquired.

Several websites have been dedicated to this technological innovation, with websites offering pre – composed ring tones of famous tracks along with an opportunity for the users to compose their own tracks with the help of user friendly software available at almost a negligible cost. Certain softwares that attempt to offer more creative freedom to the users allow for carefully slicing certain portions of sound tracks desired as ring tones, thereby making them compatible to download as ring tones on to the mobile devices.

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Is this funny or not?

Just read, and laugh!

Anagram Hall of Fame
Attributions for anagrams (if known) are shown at the end of each anagram.
Internet Anagram Server = Isn’t rearrangement rave?

Dormitory = Dirty Room

Dictionary = Indicatory

Schoolmaster = The classroom

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Christmas gifts: this or that?

What would you rather get for Christmas?

1. A digital camera or an iPod?
2. An Xbox 360 or a Wii?
3. Clothes or shoes?
4. Perfume/cologne or jewelry?
5. One of those singing stuffed santas or a box of chocolates?
6. Something funny, something sweet, or something sexy?

Santa’s surprise

Santa’s Surprise (1947) [HQ] A festive celebration of racial stereotypes and political incorrectness, in a cute little Christmas cartoon! Of course it’s a white Santa, what a surprise! After a hard night’s work on Christmas Eve, delivering toys to all the good little boys and girls all over the world, the worn-out-and-tired Santa Claus returns to his home at the North Pole for a well-earned rest. At Little Audrey’s house in the USA, the viewer is introduced to her via her picture hanging above her stocking in the fireplace mantle. Little Audrey’s stocking, giving the audience a glimpse of her character traits, has a hole in the bottom that drops her present into a box on the floor and, consequently, Audrey gets more than alloted share as Santa keeps trying to fill her stocking. Santa visits many countries – one of which doesn’t celebrate or recognize Christmas or Santa Claus but, as far as Santa is concerned, a good kid is a good kid no matter where they live and gets a present anyway. Audrey and a United Nations group of kids Spanish, Chinese, Dutch, African, South-Seas, Baltic follow him home in order to do something nice for Santa Claus while he is sleeping. Famous Studios Distributed by: Paramount Studios Cartoon Characters: Little Audrey, Santa. Vocal Talent: Mae Questel (Audrey). Directed By Seymour Kneitel. Animated By Myron Waldman, William B. Pattengill. Written By Larz Bourne. Music By Winston Sharples. Lyrics: Buddy Kaye. This was the first appearance of Little

Christmas in Grandma’s Kitchen

Paper crowns and HILARIOUS jokes. Fun times.

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